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ABC Library, in partnership with WESST, will be hosting "Operation Teen Financial Literacy" workshops for Teens ages 14-18. The free, four-session workshop will help teens better manage money and prepare for the future. These workshops are fun and informative. Games, prizes for participation and a certificate of completion will be awarded that may help with school credit. (Please check with your school’s curriculum staff for possibilities). Advance registration is required, so sign up today!
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Great article in the Rio Rancho Observer!
Entrepreneurs are naturally passionate about providing a service of product, but many avoid digging into the financial aspect of running a small business — perhaps because they don›t have simple tools that can help them understand their finances.
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Business Plan Toolkit workshop scheduled to begin Wednesday, May 27th from 5:30 - 7:30pm.Learn what it takes to start and grow a business. You’ll get access to easy-to-understand tools for marketing, finances and managing a business. Register today!
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Video Recap of Teen ‪#‎ABQ‬ Startup Weekend. Cameos by Stacy Sacco, Lisa Adkins - FatPipe ABQ, Gary Oppedahl - City of Albuquerque, John Chavez - New Mexico Angels and Russ Combs - WESST. The kids did a great job!
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Our very own Julianna Silva being honored at the New Mexico Small Business Week Awards Luncheon as the 2015 Women in Business Champion of the Year! Whoohoo! Congratulations Julianna! We are so proud of you!
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THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for our "Creative Entrepreneurs and Copyrights" workshop in Albuquerque led by Jose Jehuda and Sherri Brueggeman! We were so excited to host our first class in the ‪#‎Comcast‬ Digital Media Studio at WESST!
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Working hard this morning at WESST with CAMBA, Northern Initiatives, and CFED - amazing process, we're learning so much!!
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Read the latest Small Business Blog "Are credit cards, personal loans and other debts cutting into your profits?" by Clint Reecer, WESST Rio Rancho Regional Manager.
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WESST launched its 2015 $100,000 Job Creation Challenge, supported by PNM and U.S. Bank, at an Invest in WESST event on Tuesday, May 12th. Since the announcement, four of the ten opportunities have been taken by First National Rio Grande, Cable ONE Business, WESST Board of Directors and WESST staff. A heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who attended the Invest in WESST celebration!
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Party time for Invest in WESST! Thanks Slate Street Cafe and Marble Brewery!
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WESST staff gathered for a regional meeting in Albuquerque!
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Business Plan Toolkit workshop scheduled to begin Wednesday, May 27th from 5:30 - 7:30pm.Learn what it takes to start and grow a business. You’ll get access to easy-to-understand tools for marketing, finances and managing a business. Register today!
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+1-800-Go-WESST, +1-505-246-6900 - WESST Enterprise Center Albuquerque, +1-505-474-6556 - WESST Enterprise Center - Santa Fe, +1-505-892-1238 - WESST Enterprise Center Rio Rancho, +1-575-541-1583 - WESST Enterprise Center Las Cruces, +1-575-624-9850 - WESST Enterprise Center Roswell, +1-505-566-3715 - WESST Enterprise Center Farmington
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WESST is committed to growing New Mexico's economy by cultivating entrepreneurship. We offer business consulting, training, incubation and microlending.
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WESST is a non-profit economic development organization headquartered in the WESST Enterprise Center, a 37,000 sq. ft. mixed use, LEED-certified business incubator located in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico.


Through a network of five statewide regional Enterprise Centers located in Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Roswell and Farmington, WESST provides a variety of services to help entrepreneurs launch and sustain a small business: from small business loans and technical assistance to training and consulting services.

At the root of our offerings is a commitment to fostering entrepreneurship as a means of creating new jobs, developing a stronger business climate and promoting an improved quality of life in communities throughout the state.